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he net and falls inbounds, much like on a serve in tennis. Under the current rule, the ball is in play.The other rule would prev Antworten

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F1 photographer Mark Sutton talks ESPN through his favourite shots from Hungary and Germany. Kimi for presidentCamera model: Nikon D5 | Lens: Nikkor 70-200 F2.8 | Shutter Speed: 1/320th of a second | Aperture: F11 | ISO: 200I was obviously in a prime position on the podium. I got that position again in the corner which I was privileged to be in again once more. From there you can just shoot whatever you see really and that tends to be people, flags, podium, parc ferme, teams, and every celebration obviously on the podium. You just cant stop shooting to be honest and after the podium finished a lot of the fans stayed on the track and they paraded up and down, waving to all the TV crews. Some of them did spot me on top of the roof actually, not these ones in particular. Its a really good atmosphere in Hungary and the fans go crazy. Theyve been there all day in the sun, enjoying themselves. They tend to take out that sort of happiness on the track when the race has finished. So its quite a funny moment, Kimi for president.Bulls and ArrowsCamera model: Nikon D5 | Lens: Nikkor 70-200 F2.8 | Shutter Speed: 1/320th of a second | Aperture: F8 | ISO: 200At Turn 2 what we would generally do is do the grid, do all the grid preparations and whatever goes on. Then we are kicked off sort of 15 minutes before the start of the race. We then go into the paddock and down the stairs to where the photo area is, pick up the long lenses and then you literally go down to Turn 2. Its quite a tight angle coming into that corner and obviously all the cars pile in there. There doesnt seem to be many crashes there to be honest -- more at Turn 1 where its tighter -- but its still a nice group shot coming into that corner. I actually shot it more from the banking on the left, rather than shooting it head on. I thought Id go for a slightly different angle, coming towards me which I think is quite nice.An interested spectatorCamera model: Nikon D5 | Lens: 70-200mm F2.8 & 1.4x converter | Shutter Speed: 1/1000th of a second | Aperture: F6.3 | ISO: 200The bear one is quite funny from Hungary, only because it was put there by marshals. I saw it on the first day. It was basically watching TV on the first day. They had set a TV up on a stand and they put him on a chair and one of our photographers took some pictures of that. I knew I was going out there on Saturday morning before qualifying and I went out there quite early. They then put it into a swimming pool with a duck, amazingly like it was on holiday. They were giving it differentt scenarios to be in and I think its quite funny, its just nice to have some humour from the marshals.dddddddddddd I have seen bears and ducks and various different animals but this was quite a big teddy bear, I guess thats better because it stands out in the picture.Can I stand there please, Lewis?Camera model: Nikon D5 | Lens: 70-200mm F2.8 with 1.4x converter | Shutter speed: 1/320th of a second | Aperture: F8 | ISO: 400Some people just do the rear shot which is fine, but a load of guys from the back -- I dont particularly like it -- but they think its quite moody. You are trying to create an atmospheric picture. Its quite nice, Ive seen some where the planes go over and things like that and thats quite nice but it just gets a bit repetitive. 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